Bioderma Sensibo H2O Review

I didn’t buy this when it first launched on Beautylish, but couldn’t help myself when it came back in stock. I wanted to try this mainly as an eye makeup remover. I’ve tried cleansing waters in the past and they’re nice, like wipes I just don’t use them for a full face makeup removal. I use wipes when I’m extremely lazy once in a blue moon, mostly I keep them around for removal during swatching sessions.

This has a clear like water texture. Sensibo is a no rinse remover for sensitive, normal to dry skin. I don’t see why this can’t be used on combo or oily skin, it just might not be enough for a deep clean, but I can see it working for all skin types in general. It’s soothing, hypoallergenic, fragrance, paraben and alcohol free. Just soak a cotton ball or pad and use to remove makeup.

It’s supposed to be able to remove water proof makeup, I currently had none to test this out on, but it removed all my regular makeup easily with no eye tugging. I felt no stinging in my eyes and I did get a touch in there once or twice, I didn’t pour it in my eye to see if it stings, but average use seemed OK. There’s no oily residue after use which I like.

The main ingredients are: water, capric glycerides, cucumber fruit extract, mannitol and xylitol(sugar alcohols), rhamnose(sugar), Fructooligosaccharides(sugar). Sugar helps with moisture in the skin.

Bioderma just launched in the U.S. and the place you can get it from right now is Beautylish. I currently use MUFE Sens’Eyes Eye Makeup Remover. Bioderma is cheaper and I like the no residue enough to switch over to this and make it my new eye makeup remover. Overall, I liked it and would buy it again. I paid $20 for a 500 ml bottle that came with the 100 ml bonus bottle pictured.

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